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Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition on Nintendo Switch will be released this May

Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition for the Nintendo Switch, first introduced in September 2019, now has a launch date. The remake will arrive on May 29, and features a few new options. The launch may also be accompanied by a brand new artwork e book, Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Works Set.

Xenoblade Chronicles was developed by Monolith Soft and launched in 2012 in North America. It follows essential character Shulk on a quest for revenge after the destruction of her house. The spring launch date for the brand new version of the sport was made public throughout Thursday’s Nintendo Direct, together with a number of new particulars on the sport.

This Definitive Edition will embrace a brand new epilogue known as Xenoblade Chronicles: Future Connected. The recreation’s visuals have additionally been improved, together with the the person interface. The HUD and the menu screens ought to each be simpler to make use of. Fans also can stay up for remastered and remixed music from the unique.

Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition on Nintendo Switch will be released this May

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